Spicy Thai Food! | LIQUID FIRE CURRY Restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand!

Spicy Thai Food! | LIQUID FIRE CURRY Restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand!
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Pla Mae Nam Restaurant (ร้านปลาแม่น้ำ), or river fish restaurant in one of my ultimate favorite restaurants in Bangkok, Thailand. If you love spicy food, this is a place you will love.

This was a spur of the moment meal and video – I was hanging out with my friend Drew (https://www.youtube.com/user/thehungrypartier), and after going to a floating market, we happened to be not too far away. So we stopped off to eat at Pla Mae Nam Restaurant (ร้านปลาแม่น้ำ), a restaurant I’m willing to travel to the ends of the earth to eat at.

They have a full menu of Thai dishes, most of them quite spicy, and most of them using freshwater fish – that’s even what the name of the restaurant is.

Here are the dishes we ordered:

Chili stir fry (ผัดเผ็ดปลาเค้า) – This is probably my favorite dish to order here, they make no mistakes, it’s literally liquid fire curry, and you can choose your choice of fish to go with it. The herbs also balance the heat, including both holy basil and sweet basil.

Jungle curry eel (แกงป่าปลาไหล) – Here’s also one of the greatest dishes, and it happens to be one of the best versions in all of Bangkok for me. This jungle curry will blow your taste buds off your tongue!

Fried fish cakes (ทอดมันปลากราย) – The fried fish cakes are a dish that just about no one who eats at Pla Mae Nam Restaurant (ร้านปลาแม่น้ำ) doesn’t order, and they happen to be the best I’ve ever had. They are so spongy.

Fried fish (ปลาเนื้ออ่อนทอด) – Again, you can choose your fish, which is deep fried, topped with fried garlic, and served with sauce and pineapple.

Fried frog (กบทอดกระเทียม) – Another dish we decided to try this meal was fried frog. The frog was very meaty, and delicious.

Shrimp, stink beans (กุ้งผัดสะตอ) – Finally, our waitress talked us into ordering stink beans – it wasn’t very hard to talk me into it. It’s always a favorite dish of mine. It was superb, nothing short of flavor overdose in the mouth.

Total price – 2,020 THB ($62.29)

Pla Mae Nam Restaurant (ร้านปลาแม่น้ำ)
Address: 145 Soi Ekkachai 131, Khwaeng Bang Bon, Khet Bang Bon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10150, Thailand
Open hours: 11 am – 8 pm
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41 Comments

  1. คุณไปทานอาหารมาทั่วทุกที่ได้โฆษนาให้เค้าด้วยดีจัง..คุณน่ารักและเวลากินฟินมากกกก

  2. Mark all the food you ordered and eaten in this restaurant are my favorites especially The jungle curry ( Kaeng pa) and deep fried fish cake (Tod man pla) but unfortunately the place where I lived is too far for me to drive, Thanks for your great vdo

  3. ติดตามตลอดครับ
    EPไหนตอนไหน ไม่ได้กดถูกใจ ไม่ว่ากันนะครับ

  4. ฝรั่งกินเผ็ดกว่าคนไทยแท้แบบผมซะอีก ชอบๆครับ good 👍

  5. i know how to cook it
    in indonesia /malasya and singapore is called:
    assam padas" or a type of sour sting ray/fish chilly curry/dish/soup with tamarind and a type of aromatic leaf which i forgot,the name..called ;laksa leaf.but it does have another name to it..

  6. fish abroad would be nightmare to me. im a looser who is scared of fishbones 😀 even at home i only eat fish like salmon that has big bones that a get off easily and even eating that is really slow

  7. I so wanna go visit Thailand!
    One day God will allow me to take my fams and enjoy such wonderful food! Thanks Mark for what you do!!

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